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August 26, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Augiut 2fc, HJ7 Police beat i , j-I, ( A l»-y«*r-01d Baytonian who escaped from a Mississippi jail wac apprehended here Tuesday night. ;' , Baytown police said they were notified late Tuesday by Mississippi officers that the man had been arrested on two counts of burglary and had escaped from Neshoba County jail. Officers said he had stolen an inmate's pickup truck in Philadelphia, Miss., using it for a getaway vehicle. After Baytown police were given a description of the vehicle and the suspect, officer Martha Treloar observed a pickup truck which fit the description of the stolen vehicle. The vehicle was parked at an Exxon station in the 3000 block of Decker and the driver was arrested at the scene, police said. Fingerprints and a police photograph were used to identify the suspect as Randall Dale Davis, also known as Kenneth Guthrie, of Baytown. Davis was taken to the Baytown jail and then transferred to the Harris County jail, iwhere he will await extradition to Mississippi, according to police. PIZZA BANDIT i At 9:15 p.m. Tuesday a deliveryman for Domino's Pizza was robbed at gunpoint of $25 cash, police said. The deliveryman said he was taking a pizza to a house in the 300 block of Granville. The house was vacant, he discovered. A black man, wearing a red ski mask and carrying a shotgun, approached him at the scene and ordered him to drop the pizza and money bag. The suspect was described as being between 20 and 25 years of age. In'addition to the red ski mask, the suspect was wearing blue jeans and a dark pull-over shirt. The suspect fits the description of a man who robbed a Domino's pizza deliveryman Aug. 17, police said. TWO INJURED Two Baytonians were injured Tuesday night when their vehicles collided at North Main and William. Police said a vehicle, driven by Robert Bland, 28, of 1500 N. Alexander was headed north on North Main and was turning left onto William when it struck a vehicle driven by Richard Baker, 20, of 618 Pearl. The Baker vehicle was headed south on North Main, police said. Both drivers were taken by ambulance to Humana Hospital, where they were treated in the emergency room. BURGLARIES AND THEFTS 4-Late Monday or early Wednesday, someone took $343.50 from KL&P grocery, 1101 N.Alexander. +A 1982 Ford pickup truck was stolen Tuesday from the parking lot of San Jacinto Mall. -f-On Aug. 3 and Aug. 10 someone cashed two stolen and forged checks at Holiday Foods, 1719 Garth. One check, for $124.63, was written on the account of a Houston couple at a Houston bank and the other check, for $112.53, was written on the account of a Houston woman at a Houston bank. City library circulation up Circulation of books and materials at Sterling Municipal Library in July totaled 75.049. according to the monthly report. Through July this year the circulation figures totaled 648.374. compared to 605.938 through July 1986. Total number of books circulated in July was 64.138. To date, the book circulation figure is 549.452. compared to 507,312 through July last year. Library patrons checked out 4.471 periodicals in July. To date. 28.064 periodicals were checked out this year, compared with 27.854 through July last year. An increase also was noted in the number of videotapes circulated. A total of 2.308 videotapes were circulated in July, bringing the year's total to 18.171. The comparable figure last year was 15.691. Numerous other materials also were circulated, including pamphlets, records, tapes, framed prints, posters, sculpture, games, computer programs and films. Equipment such as projectors, screens and easles. reading aids, headphones, typ writers, cameras and video players also were circulated. The library continued to use an extra page at the discharging station during the month to allow books to constantly flow back to the shelves. This made it possible for the shelvers to keep up with the demand, the staff reported. Pettigrew receives medal Major White chapter of the Texas Society. Sons of. the American Revolution, has presented a law enforcement commendation medal to Patrolman Timothy Pettigrew of the Baytown Police Department. He was selected on the basis of his action in saving the life of a young woman through the use of CPR. He also was commended for his work in a recent drug bust. Pettigrew is a native of Mont Belvieu. The medal was presented at the Major White chapter's dinner meeting at Dong Hwa Restaurant. Members decided to present an entrant from Bavtown in an oration contest at the annual meeting of the Texas Society. SAR. at Lake Jackson in March 1988. Robert P. Kelley will lead this activity. In addition to Patrolman Pettigrew. guests were Mr. and Mrs. David H. Petersen. He is vice president of District 8 and president of the Galveston Chapter. SAR. Members and wives present were Mr. and Mrs. A. Drouilhet, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Weiler, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swofford Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Williams of Anahuac and James Lane and son. Drouilhet is president of the chapter. Kelley is vice president and Weiler, secretary-treasurer. LC executive session set During an executive session Thursday, Lee College regents plan to discuss the evaluation of Vivian Blevins. president. Regents also will discuss Sybil Francis" position as continuing education director. Francis, director of the LC Continuing Education division for two years, was given a new one-year probationary contract a month ago. Early in June, her contract was not among 22 a d- ministrative and administrative support positions approved for 1987-88, At their June 25 meeting, she told regents she believed her right to due process had been denied by Dr. Blevins. During the executive session, regents also will discuss Don Montgomery's lawsuit. Filed in October 1984 against the college, the suit alleges that LC officials retaliated against Montgomery for his cooperation with investigators probing illegal sales of LC scrap metal; Several full-time faculty and administrative positions and contract changes, tabled in open session on Aug. 18. also are slated for executive session discussion. JJaptoton fctm Entered os second closs matter or the Boytown, Texos Post Office 77522 under the Act of Congress of Morch 3. 1879 Published oftemoons, Morxtoy through Friday and Sundays at 1301 Wemorict Drive in 8aytO''»n. Texas 77520. P.O. Box 9C. 3oyto*n, T e »os. 77532, Subscription Rotes: Bv comer, 15.30 : per month. $63 oO per year. Single Copy price: 25 cents Doily. 50 Sunday. Moil rotes on request. nationally by Coastal Tides THURSDAY HIGH: 11:20a.m.. ll:23p.m. LOW: 1:50a.m., 5:21 p.m. (Tides forecast are for Baytown area bays) Sun SUNRISE; 6:56 a.m. SUNSET: 7:SOp,m, NEW OFFICERS NEWLY ELECTED officers of the Baytown Youth Fair and Livestock Association are from left, Georgia Ruth Vosloh, reporter; Avanell Kimmey, treasurer; Sue Gray, secretary; Morris GUI, vice president; and Bubba Massengale, president. Suii spots SOS book club THE BOOK club of SOS Singles Outreach Service will meet at 7:30 pirn. Aug. 27 at Walnut Ridge Condominiums, 1505 Ward Road, No. E136. For more information call 428-1968. Ice cream social ROBERT E. Lee Band is sponsoring an ice cream social at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Bicentennial Park. Cost is $2 per person for all you can eat. The band will also perform. Proceeds will benefit the band's scholarship fund. Revival services THE REV. Larry Rhome will hold revival services at 7 p.m. Aug. 26. 27 and 28 at Faith Impact Ministries. 1211 Cedar Bayou-Lynchburg Road. Christian luncheon REDEEMED BY His Blood Ministries will host a Christian luncheon at noon Aug. 27 at Wyatt's Cafeteria, 1010 Market. BUGmeeting THE BAYTOWN Teachers Apple User Group (BUG) will moot at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 in the Brigadier Mall at Robert K. Lee High School. Hill reception A RECEPTION honoring new- Barbers Hill Superintendent Louis Bates, his wife Carolyn, and new teachers in the district will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Aug. 27 in the foyer of Barbers Hill High School. Pee Wee football THE McNAIR Pee Wee Football League, which includes McNair, Linus and surrounding areas, is registering boys ages 8-12. A junior division is for boys weighing 55-85 pounds. The senior division is for boys weighing 86-125 pounds. Practices will be at J.D. Walker Center. 7613 Wade Road. For information, call Howard Sampson between 8 aJm. and 4:30 p;m. weekdays at 328-4713. Park dedication DEDICATION CEREMONIES for Unidad Park will begin at 5 p.m. Aug. 27. Music will be provided and refreshments served at this time. A short dedication, including a ribbon-cutting ceremony, is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. LC registration LEE COLLEGE regular registration is set for 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Aug. 25-27. 10 a.m.-5. p.m. Aug. 28 and 10 'a.m',-2 p.m. Aug. 29 at Moler Hall. ASSET placement tests, which some new students must take, will be given at 8 a.mi and 5 p.m. Aug. 25-27 and at 8a.m. only on Aug. 28 and 29 in Rundell Hall Auditorium 1. Planning meeting SENIOR CITIZEN Olympic planning meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Aug. 27 in the Bluebonnet Room at the Baytown Community Building. 2407 Market, For more information call 427-7477. Woman arrested in televised drug raid leaves county jail A woman arrested on a live national television special was released from the Harris County jail after a judge gave her six months' probation on a drug charge, according to the Associated Press. County-Court-At-Law Judge James Anderson gave Terry Rouse, 29, six months deferred adjudication for the misdemeanor charge of delivery of marijuana. State District Judge Norman Lanford had given.Ms. Rouse one year's deferred adjudication on two other misdemeanor drug charges Monday, and then immediately terminated it by crediting her with time already served. Anderson can terminate the probation in 30 days. Ms. Rouse can leave the county and state as long as she can prove within 30 days that she has established residency, has a job and is not breaking any laws, Anderson said. An attorney for Ms Rouse said Anderson had earlier agreed to rule the same as Lanford on the charge, and alleged the judge had bowed to pressure from the county and sheriff Johnny Klevenhagcn. "We had an agreement all the way around." said defense attorney Mary Heafner. "He i Anderson) is scared of the press and the sheriff." Anderson denied he was influenced in his decision. Ms. Rouse said her first priority was to leave Houston, so she could get away from Klevenhagen. "I don't like having to worry about somebody trying to set me up and put me in jail." she said. Ms. Rouse was arrested on drug charges during a Geraldo Rivera television special, "American Vice: The Doping of a Nation," broadcast live Dec. 2, 1986. S7ft*SiAWAU KREWE OF AQUARIUS •AMICVIAWBAitCI Mfcy, A«f. 21 HUH!* S NAU S P.M. Ml 2:39 A.M. TWO 1 YZ*t* HXAS JAMtAlATA IANO BANDS: •* TM ZTMCO TtAviims rOfMN - CAJIM - ITBKO A V AA MtfkAB ^^Bfl f IWPWHFwl TWittt- »1« - MttMVC - MNCI ITOt-SlT-VfS A MM A¥AMAIU CfNTA€?4«f/HI KiwanisClub K1WANIAN E.H, ^Bucket" Oliver will give a slide presentation on Whitewater rafting at the Baytown Kiwanis Club meeting at noon Aug. 27 at the Holiday Inn. : ; ' . ; ;•••'" Lupus meeting BAYTOWN LUPUS Support Group will meet at 7p.m. Aug. 27 at Sterling Municipal Library. Council to award road contract Baytown City Council is expected to award several contracts Thursday, including a $43,543 contract to Angel Brothers Enterprises Inc. for Sharon Road — North Burnet utility improvements. Five companies submitted bids. Cost was estimated at $53,000. In other business, council is expected to: +Award an emergency contract for $9,800 to Uranus Paltoru, for a housing rehabilitation pro-" ject. +Approve final payment of $2.170 to Rawhide Roofing for repair of the brush burning pit. -(-Approve payment of $2,090 to Utility Supply Co. for 312 feet of pipe tip extend a sewer line to Forest Gate Subdivision. -(-Authorize a mutual aid agreement with Chambers County. -(-Approve a $40,701 contract with Global Services for rental of seven copiers. -(-Award a $4,990 contract to Jack Roach Ford for purchase of an engine. 4-Award the annual chemical contract to three vendors for $8,949. a $4,610 contract Inc. for rotor + Approve with Treco assemblies. -f Award a $3,540 contract to Ellis Tractor Service for the demolition of ground water tanks. -rAuthorize a $3,250 contract wiih Weis American Fire Equipment for portable air cylinders. Beach City Council postpones public hearing on Wallis ville BEACH CITY - City Council decided Tuesday night to postpone plans indefinitely for a public debate between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Sierra Club on the Wallisville Reservoir Project. Jack Applewhite, alderman, reported that Evelyn Mer/., of the Houston Sierra Club, had advised against having a debate. In her opinion, he said, it would be more effective for speakers opposing the project to meet with various organization!;. Also, Ms. Merz felt that a public debate would not draw a big crowd. Applewhite said. Mayor Rusty Senac read a let- ter from U.S. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, who said funds for the project were not in the Corps of Engineers'' 1988 budget Applewhite commented this Could give opponents to the dam more lime to fight the project. Council passed a resolution opposing construction of the pro-* ject at last month's meeting Thcr adoption of the resolution follow-' ed a presentation by Ms Merz, I Ms .Mer/. told council', members that the reservoir would harm plant and marine:; life. Officials of the U S. Fish; and Wildlife Service have also-' warned that the dam would have- an adverse effect on marine life » SOUTHER* BELLE DOLLS B«y*Seli*Repir 011-Hr* Ctlltctiklts 422-7 M* 313 Cedar HavouK.1, RENT-A-CAR U-SAVE 422-0535 YOU ASK FOR IT Our 2nd Christmas Sale Thurs.. August 27tli-Aupusl 31st 15-20-30% OFF •Every Item In The Store except makeup Hand Carved German Smokers Hand Caned German Nutcrackers Personalized Stockings Plenty of Stocking Stuffers Old German Christmas Cards Nutcracker Fantasy Musical Kaleidoscope Pillows •' Wall Hangings Clocks * Jewelry LAY-A-WAYNOW! Meadows Emporium 4523 Garth 427-9544 THI GYMNASTICS CENTER REGISTER NOW •NHOi lit A|is 2 to 4 * Virttty tf AftMUMN & KiEiif tnatn, FUIMI su iw wa, MUATOMU CAU417 1IM

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